Watch Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath

This documentary series presents the point of view of actress Leah Remini, whose split from the Church of Scientology led Remini to become a vocal critic of the church's practices. In the eight-episode series, which aired on the A&E cable network, Remini argues that the church regularly abuses its members, exploits them financially, and subjects them to harassment and threats if they speak out against the church or resist its teachings. The series began airing in November 2016 and is scheduled to conclude in early 2017.

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on A&E
2 Seasons, 19 Episodes
November 29, 2016
Reality
9.2/10
Cast: Leah Remini, Mike Rinder
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Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath Full Episode Guide

  • Despite accusations of abuse spanning a decade, David Miscavige remains the head of the Church of Scientology and continues to be untouchable; former Miscavige associates share firsthand accounts of how he maneuvered his way into power.

  • In Scientology, the goal of every Scientologist is to ascend to the top of the "Bridge to Total Freedom." Ex-Scientologists Leah Remini and Mike Rinder will lead a round table discussion.

  • Liz Gale, a third generation Scientologist, was raised to believe that Scientology had the equation to create the perfect family.

  • Leah challenges Scientology's promises of relief from life's ills by revealing stories of individuals in the organization who suffered from depression and suicidal ideation.

  • Additional previously unaired scenes from the series.

  • Additional previously unaired scenes from the series.

  • Leah shares her personal story of her connection with the Church of Scientology, charting her exposure to it at an early age, through her rise as a celebrity and opinion leader, to her misgivings and eventual break with the church.

  • Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer viewers' questions. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of "Going Clear;" Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behavior and deprogramming.

  • After Leah receives a letter from the Church accusing her of provoking hate crimes, she decides to meet with the young man who the Church says she incited. Mike asks Leah to sit down with journalists who have been unrelentingly hounded by the Church for their reporting. And Leah tries to find a new way to take action.

  • Aaron Smith-Levin and his twin brother Collin were prodigies at Scientology's spiritual counseling practice known as auditing. But their paths diverged after Collin was dismissed from the program, leading to the painful tragedy Aaron shares with Leah.

  • Marc Headley, the former event producer of the Church of Scientology's production company, divulges details about the many gala fundraisers organized by the church.

  • David Miscavige's leadership is scrutinized. Receive insight from Miscavige's father and other former church members.

  • Mary Kahn was an everyday parishioner who climbed the ranks to the Church's highest levels of spiritual enlightenment. But as she shares with Leah, the price tag of her experience was extreme.

  • Leah heads to the spiritual headquarters of Scientology - Clearwater, Florida - to hear Mike Rinder's personal story.

  • Actress and ex-Scientologist Leah Remini meets with former Church of Scientology executive Amy Scobee, who shares her story of disconnection from her mother.

  • Leah answers viewer questions from her Reddit Ask Me Anything sit down.

  • Leah Remini discusses her new series, "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath.''

  • Leah Remini and Mike Rinder explore the historical relationship between the Church of Scientology and its often vocal critics. A series of special.

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